Third Annual Logan Frozen Festival
Bundle up and come to Historic Downtown Logan for the 3rd Annual Logan Frozen Festival. Browse more than 30 ice sculptures, watch ice artists sculpt amazing ice masterpieces before your eyes. Play ice corn hole and skee ball games, have your photo taken in an ice frame or on an ice throne. Enjoy musical entertainment inside and out.
Show off your skating skills on the iceless ice skating rink.
There will be a pop up shop at HER Realtors, 47 West Main. Thanks to Jeremy and Stephanie Brady of The Brady Bunch for the use of their office space. The Shop features unique, one of a kind art pieces by talented local artists, as well as recycled furniture and antiques.
Indulge in tasty treats at restaurants in the heart of town. M&M Diner, Utopia, O'Willerker's and Maya will all be open and ready to serve your favorite foods, just the way you like it.
We know the Hocking Hills area is unique in many ways, but how many small towns have a brewery, a winery AND a distillery!?!? Sample a fine selection of local Beers, Wines & Spirits served by Brewery 33, Hocking Hills Moonshine & Hocking Hills Winery, all in one place. During the Frozen Festival, Utopia at 117 West Main is hosting a tasting of products from all 3 companies. At $1 a tasting, you can satisfy your curiosity and perhaps find a new favorite which is made locally. Representatives of each craft will be on hand to help with your selections or answer questions.
Schmidt’s Sausage Haus from German Village, and Chef Moe on the Go Food trucks will be at the parking lot of Columbus Washboard Company on the corner of Gallagher & Main. Take your food to the Washboard Factory if you prefer somewhere warm to eat!
M&M, Flowers by Darlene, Piano Works, O'Willerker's, Columbus Washboard Company, Utopia, Sharff's, Saving Hardware and Homegrown on Main all have unique souvenirs you can buy for the Frozen Festival
Artista will have an exhibition by local photographer, Gary Adcock. His depiction of local landmarks are quite outstanding. Also Jesse Russell will be playing in the afternoon.
Don’t miss a concert by the Logan Hocking high school choir in the courthouse - 1:00 p.m.
At Piano works:
Jeff Crisler, local author and man of many other talents, shares stories from his new book "The Gnome Chronicles of Spring Hills Farm"
Pianist and piano teacher, Jessi Smith, will perform from her diverse repertoire.
Photographer Don Holycross will be in the gallery sharing his 'Sunsets and Icescapes' exhibit.
The mighty Logan Chieftains Drumline rocks the ice at 2 p.m.
Also, opposite the Washboard Factory in the field will be Chainsaw Sculptures, and Hocking College will be selling Kettle Corn. And at the Logan-Hocking District Library at the other side of town they will be having a kid's activity.
Start your day with the Annual Hocking Hills Winter Hike then head to Historic Downtown Logan for icy fun.
* Please confirm directly with the promoter or box office to ensure event details have not changed.
Saturday, January 20, 2018
11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.